Printed in The Daily Herald, Tue 4-Oct-2005
Caribbean Sun increases flights throughout the Caribbean
The Daily Herald today published an announcement today that Caribbean Sun Airlines Inc. has increased daily non-stop flights between Luis Muņoz International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and St. Vincent, St. Thomas and St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and between San Juan and Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
The announcement comes just days after Caribbean Sun announced the commencement of eight flights weekly between San Juan and the Dutch Caribbean island of St. Eustatius. Caribbean Sun, headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with an operating hub in San Juan, Puerto Rico, will now add a fifth flight weekly on the San Juan-St. Vincent route beginning November 14. The southbound flight from San Juan to St. Vincent will fly on Mondays, with the northbound St. Vincent to San Juan flight on Tuesdays. Daily service will be available effective December 7th.
|Caribbean Sun Airlines' DeHavilland Dash 8 aircraft 100 series|
According to Caribbean Sun and Caribbean Star Airlines President William E. "Skip" Barnette, the popular San Juan to St. Vincent service, launched March 21st, "enjoys some of the airlines' highest passenger loads." He announced that Caribbean Sun planned to expand its routes in 2006 to deliver non-stop service to new markets.
Caribbean Sun Airlines flies daily between San Juan Puerto Rico and St. Maarten, Antigua, St. Croix, St. Kitts, St. Thomas, and Tortola. Its inaugural flight, from San Juan to Tortola, took place on January 21, 2003. As the newest commercial airline providing inter-island travel in the Caribbean region, the Caribbean Sun name is quickly becoming synonymous with high standards of service, on-time arrivals and a commitment to safety and comfort.
The airline's fleet consists of four DeHavilland Dash 8 aircraft of the 100 series, serviced by Caribbean-based air and ground crews.
Caribbean Sun Airlines, Inc. is affiliated with the Stanford Financial Group, whose Chairman and CEO, R. Allen Stanford, has a widely-known affinity for the Caribbean and its business potential. For nearly two decades, Mr. Stanford has been instrumental in developing major businesses in Antigua, St. Kitts and other Caribbean nations. Among them are Stanford International Bank, Stanford Trust Company, Bank of Antigua, Antigua Sun and Sun Newspapers, Stanford Development Company, Sun Printing & Publishing, and Caribbean Sun's sister airline, Caribbean Star.
|Caribbean Sun Airlines counter in San Juan|
Together the two airlines offer a full-service travel option to a total of 16 Caribbean destinations, exciting vacation packages, competitive fares and the highest level of customer service in the air today.
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